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Posted Apr. 27, 2018

Hope and Outrage: A Tale of Two White Dudes

Outrage: Racist White Dude in Texas So, apparently Black Kids only get into Ivy League schools to fill quotas? It’s official, I’m Harvard bound 🎓…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted Mar. 26, 2018

Black Children Being Harvested for Profit and Charitable Rappers are Fueling My Hope and Outrage This Week

Outrage: Black Children Are Being Farmed Like Cotton “Black children are the new cotton, people are trying to harvest them for their per pupil funding.”—Words…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted Mar. 15, 2018

Here’s How ESSA Can Create Strong, Diverse School Leadership

When I became principal of Ranson IB Middle School in 2011, one of the first challenges I faced as principal was one that never came…

By Alison Welcher

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Posted Mar. 6, 2018

IDEA Public Schools Is Bringing 20 New Schools to Texas and Ana Martinez Is Leading the Charge

For the last decade, IDEA Public Schools has been steadily improving student outcomes in the Rio Grande Valley, one of the most educationally underserved areas…

By Maureen Kelleher

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Posted Feb. 21, 2018

For Black Teachers It’s About More Than Just Academics

As we celebrate Black History Month and pay homage to our milestones, I reflect on my time inside the classroom. As an African-American woman my…

By Shontoria Walker

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Posted Feb. 16, 2018

I Know It Sounds Weird But I’m a High Schooler Who Loves Teaching

This post is part of a series by high school students who are sharing their love of teaching during #LoveTeaching week. The students participate in…

By Abigael Dillon

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Posted Jan. 23, 2018

These Kids Show You How to Celebrate School Choice Week

It’s National School Choice Week and students from around the country can’t stop dancing. Yes, dancing is a thing. Every year, students don their yellow…

By Rob Samuelson

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Posted Sep. 13, 2017

New York Times Makes AP Courses Sound Like a Waste for Low-Income Students of Color, Here’s What They Missed

The New York Times Magazine has its eye on education in America with its latest issue, but it has blinders on. Alina Tugend’s piece on…

By Rob Samuelson

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Posted Apr. 24, 2017

I Do More Before 9 a.m. Than Most People All Day. I’m a KIPP College Counselor.

If you’re the first person to go to college in your family, then it can be an overwhelming, exciting, scary, awesome time. You still need the support of the people who’ve been there with you from the beginning.…

By Roneshia Ray

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Posted Apr. 17, 2017

Michelle Obama Isn’t in the White House But She’s Still on for #CollegeSigningDay

There’s nothing quite like walking around with former First Lady Michelle Obama when she’s meeting students for the first time. I’ve seen her stroll across…

By Eric Waldo

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Posted June 19, 2018

I Didn’t Want to Go to KIPP But Now I’m in College and I Totally Get It

It’s 5:45 a.m. on a Monday in mid-August. The year is 2006 and my mom is rapping on my bedroom door. “Julien! Time to get…

By Julien Broomfield

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Posted June 19, 2018

Teachers Shouldn’t Have to Wait Until Summer to Get Professional Development

The end of the school year is always my favorite time. With standardized assessments finished, it’s my time to finally breathe, slow down to reflect…

By Brian Lane Stanley

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Posted June 18, 2018

School Shootings Aren’t the Only Things School Police Officers Need to Train For

In light of recent school shootings, one of the proposed solutions has been to put more school police officers in schools. In the last 30…

By Zachary Wright 

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